Anonymous asked: well i like the song (don't judge) and yeah it was wrong about the names of bs exes but it wasn't that bad for a 1st try. i mean switch labels might help her get more attention instead of doing everything herself like the promo on the radio and stuff, get more attention and priority above others because sony/columbia have a lot big names but they won't drop her either and its been 3 years now
I’m sure there are people that liked the song but a lot of people did not. I absolutely HATED it and I was someone who was so excited to hear it. I couldn’t believe how petty the lyrics were and how it made her look by saying shit like that with a guy she just started dating. ugh, but beyond that, she had his horrible rapping on the song and the repetitive lyrics and the beat was was overpowering and she promoted it by basically pimping him and their relationship. The entire thing was a train wreck. It’s not like any label will be fighting over her in the future. She should have made better choices. I am a Naya fan but I am not a fan of that song or with anything she has (or hasn’t done) lately. However, I still hope she will regain her focus on what she is actually talented in. The woman can act and the woman can sing and all this other nonsense is just a distraction and it’s not helping her. She is going to be over before she ever begins if all she does is prop up her b/f and pose half naked in every single photo shoot. She doesn’t need to define herself by her body and her b/f. She has what it takes to make it on her talent. Don’t get me wrong, she’s is sexy and I think it’s great she’s proud of her body and wants to show it off. But that’s ALL she’s doing. There is more to her than that.
Pretty much….my support has waned and only interest is that her character she plays is the other half of my ship.